Rotary Club of Mount Horeb
PO Box 173
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin 53572
Meets Noon every Wednesday.  Skal Public House

Norsk News 10/12

Paul is filling in for our president.


K. White, J. Burns, P. Christian, S. Salerno, J. Steinhauer, H. Kopras, T. Wedig, E Grabe

Guests: Gwen Mahoney, John Mahoney & Lisa Meinholz Mahoney, Natalie Broderick, Sarah Straka, Brian Johnson (MHASD) Sara Errthun,

Happy Bucks: H Kopras, J Burns.


Saturday cleaning out trailer at Susan’s at 10 a.m. Oct. 15th at 503 Parkview Dr.
10 a.m.-until finished.

Interact has the Neighbors Helping Neighbors food drive in IC parking lot 10/16. 11 am-4 pm. More info will be in the next edition of the Mt. Horeb mail.

Gwen Mahoney’s parents are guests.

Reminders: Rotary Club hand book updates. Please have your section done by the end of the month.

Our club is looking for the next President Elect nominee.

Heidi: Dixie has been coordinating Thanksgiving holiday meals for area shut-ins. Meals are delivered on Thanksgiving day. Anyone interested please reach out to Dixie.

Judy: update with Soren our exchange student since end of August has a bit of homesickness.

Special Presentation with folks from the MHASD district office Sarah Straka (Director of Curriculum), Brian Johnson (Student Services Administrator), Sara Errthun (Human Resources Coordinator).

Wisconsin budget surplus ~ $5 billion which is not being directed to schools via the state, hence operational referenda this November election day to vote for additional revenue. Monies for the school district will come via property taxes. Currently Mount Horeb has one of the lowest mill rates in the county.

Measures already have been made to tighten our belts by cutting costs in health care costs, energy contracts, and through grant applications.

Mount Horeb will still retain the lowest mill rate, downside: keeping and retaining the district attractive for employees.

More on the topic here:

Meeting adjourned at 12:55

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In response to the deepening humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine, The Rotary Foundation has created an official channel for donors around the world to contribute funds to support the relief efforts underway by Rotary districts and has designated its Disaster Response Fund as the main avenue for contributions.

To this end, The Rotary Foundation has approved:

  • Now through 30 June 2022, designated Rotary districts that border Ukraine and the Rotary district in Ukraine may apply for grants of up to $50,000 each from the Disaster Response Fund. These expedited disaster response grants can be used to provide relief to refugees or other victims of the crisis including items such as water, food, shelter, medicine and clothing.
  • During this same period, other impacted Rotary districts that wish to offer support to refugees or other victims of the crisis in their district can apply for $25,000 grants from the Disaster Response Fund.
  • Now through 30 April 2022, Rotary districts can transfer unallocated District Designated Funds (DDF) to support the Disaster Response Fund, directly supporting these Ukraine-specific humanitarian grants.
  • Contributions to the Disaster Relief Fund in support of Ukraine can be made here. All funds need to be received into the Disaster Response Fund by 30 April 2022 in order to qualify for use in support of the Ukrainian relief efforts.
  • Although the Disaster Response Fund will be the main avenue for Rotary Foundation support, Rotary and Rotaract clubs are also encouraged to create their own responses to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

In addition to support provided through the Disaster Response Fund, the Foundation is coordinating with partners and regional leaders, exploring effective solutions to the increased humanitarian needs.

  • We are in contact with the United Nations High Commission on Refugees – USA to prepare for and respond to the needs of those being displaced in Ukraine and to neighboring countries.
  • ShelterBox, our project partner for disaster response, is in communication with Rotary members in Eastern Europe to explore how it may offer support with temporary transitional housing and other essential supplies.
  • The Rotary Action Group for Refugees, Forced Displacement, and Migration is also mobilizing its resources to assist in this crisis.

More than 2 million people have fled Ukraine and are in dire need of emergency aid. The United Nations estimates that number could grow to as many as 5 million people displaced. Rotary clubs in Europe and around the world have stepped up their relief work, some working on the ground to help displaced families.

We will continue to monitor the situation in Ukraine and neighboring countries. Visit My Rotary and follow Rotary on social media to stay updated on how clubs can get involved and what actions Rotary members have taken and the impact it has had for people in the region.

For all other questions and to obtain more information, please contact the Rotary Support Center at

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